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  • 06/16/2019 03:04 PM

The first step to increase project success rate is to build a feasible plan. If the plan is not feasible, we can be superman/wonder woman but still execution won’t go well...

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  • 05/22/2019 07:50 AM

The Open organization concept is one of the most inspiring approaches for organization culture and behavior.

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  • 03/18/2019 06:31 PM

How to stay competitive and top professional in an environment that is unique and always changing ? Managers who plan and desire to lead long term careers in this industry should understand the expectations and preferences well and build their professional assets accordingly.

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  • 02/12/2019 06:15 PM

As technologies become not only a mean to achieve business but a drive by itself, and business initiatives are derived more and more by technology developments, project and IT managers are expected to be well familiar with the latest technologies and what they can offer businesses.

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  • 01/30/2019 07:43 AM

DEVOPS has definitely changes and continue to change the software development world and it continues to evolve and allow software developers and managers do more and more. This Introduction defines DEVOPS and reviews shortly what and where it impacts the most, and how it does.

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  • 01/24/2019 11:33 AM

I love Digital, DEVOPS, and automation I totally love it. But waiting 1.5 hours (again) this week for a what I consider to be a simple update of my account in a bank that is proud to be leading the digital revolution, just emphasized to me what I knew anyway – there are easy ways to kill a process even if it is a Digital (or for that matter DEVOPS) process. Automation can make a huge different but it can’t fix everything that is broken

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  • 01/16/2019 07:43 AM

Successful scope change management in projects can definitely be the make or break of the project. This is a challenging task in which different interests and different point of view have to meet to jointly create the best business value outcome. This blog reviews few helpful tips to better manage this challenge.

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  • 12/27/2018 10:49 AM

With 2018 coming to an end, no doubt 2019 will continue to be a year of great changes and developments in IT and software development industry. Giving this reality, there are two options for most leaders: • To be a change leader • To remain “skeptic” and (by that) become a change resistant

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  • 11/18/2018 12:45 PM

With development of technologies and growing business competition, IT/Project managers must re-shape their career and capabilities for the next coming years. Researches and articles talk much about the skills that PMs must master to be able to succeed now and into the future in the new world of work. Technical proficiency and fundamental management skills are not enough anymore to make you future ready. Here is a short summary of the top 5 skills to lift PMs career:

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  • 10/29/2018 08:10 AM

One of the most frequent questions I am asked about when it comes to Agile is commitment. As planning changes to sprints and tracking changes from dates to velocity, can Agile development teams commit on scope?

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  • 10/07/2018 09:38 AM

“..Managers are expected to possess leadership skills and a leadership mindset. Waiting for someone to “mature in the role” is no longer an option…” Harvard Business Publishing

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  • 08/26/2018 07:18 AM

Towards Rosh-Hashana’s annual retrospective session I am working on, I was looking for researches on the importance and the effective way to thank people in a workplace, and I ran into this extremely interesting article summarizing a very thorough research on the same subject (https://revunit.com/effectively-thank-employees/). I related to it a lot because it reflected in perfect words my own experience both as a leader and as an employee. For me, the most powerful motivation was always a personal, timely, sincere thank you. Highly recommend reading, a real eye opener! And for those interested in few simple ideas for implementation, check out this link to my blog as well.

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